adjective lux·u·ri·ous \(ˌ)ləg-ˈzhr-ē-əs, (ˌ)lək-ˈshr-\

: very comfortable and expensive : richly appealing

: feeling or showing a desire for expensive things

Full Definition of LUXURIOUS

:  lecherous
:  marked by or given to self-indulgence <luxurious tastes> <luxurious feeling>
:  of, relating to, or marked by luxury <luxurious accommodations>
:  of the finest and richest kind <luxurious cashmeres> <a luxurious chocolate sauce>
lux·u·ri·ous·ly adverb
lux·u·ri·ous·ness noun

Examples of LUXURIOUS

  1. one of the country's most luxurious resorts
  2. a store that caters to the luxurious tastes of the rich

First Known Use of LUXURIOUS

14th century


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